Democrat Martha Coakley concedes to Republican Scott Brown!

In a stunning referendum on the Obama administration, and their arrogant disregard of the American people, Republican Scott Brown does what no other Republican has done in nearly 5 decades  —  taken a Massachusetts senate seat for Republicans. But this is not just any senate seat  —  it is the one held for 46 years by liberal Democrat icon Ted Kennedy.

At the present time, Scott Brown is ahead by 104,000 votes. This, after Barack Obama traveled to Massachusetts to rally the troops on behalf of Democrat Martha Coakley. 

Coakley is irrelevant. And Barack Obama is no longer the symbol of “Hope and Change,” but rather American people hoping for a change and making sure it occurred.

Our profound thanks to the good people of Massachusetts — Republicans, Democrats and Independents — who have shown the liberals that ‘We The People’ have had quite enough.

Here, quite fittingly, is Scott Brown’s daughter Ayla, singing the ‘Star Spangled Banner,’ at Boston’s 2006 Fourth of July celebration, accompanied by the Boston Pops.

18 Responses to Democrat Martha Coakley concedes to Republican Scott Brown!

  1. Realist says:

    The talking heads will try to spin this every which way from Sunday — this is a repudiation of OhBummer and his socialist policies!

  2. Steve says:

    This election conclusively proves there is a God, and he is a Republican!

  3. LD20er says:

    The Damnocrats already planned to delay seating Scott Brown until after the HealthCare bill vote.

    Now it’s up to the Republicans to develop a backbone and insist that Scott Brown be accredited and seated immediately.

    Since these are the same Republicans who have quietly watched 36+ czars take power without one word of objection, I have my doubts that they will actually develop a backbone now.

    As Sean Hannity said last week, “Never underestimate the power of the Republican Party to drop the ball and completely blow it.”

    But we can always hope.

  4. onward says:

    An upset in MA…JD we need one in AZ!

  5. John Q says:

    Adams, Burns and Brewer should pay attention to this also. If 25% of hardcore Democrats are willing to vote against the arrogance of politicians who will not listen to the people they are supposed to represent, a similar number of Republicans may be willing to do the same.

    We must make the hard decisions and cut the size of state government instead of proposing raising taxes. The statements by Burns etal in their news conference today were not reassuring.

    The independents and Tea Party supporters do not have any allegiance to either party. Pay attention or pay the consequences.

  6. Rambling Rose says:

    It can happen! Give us a chance to work for you.
    I am ecstatic tonight!

  7. Sgt. Preston says:

    LD 20er,
    If they Democrats try any shenanigans and attempt to delay seating Brown, all hell will break lose in this country and the repercussions will resonate throughout the 2010 elections nationwide. This will only be the beginning, if the liberals try to ram their government health care overhaul down our throats, without seating Brown.

    Liberals are arrogant and underhanded, but they can’t all be stupid.

  8. Doc says:

    Senator Brown made a point of thanking his new friend & colleague Senator John McCain at his victory speach!

    I heard it myself on KPHO’s 10 pm edition.

  9. Keen Observer says:

    So did I, Doc. I immediately went to the bath room and threw-up. What a way to spoil an otherwise perfect night….Just goes to prove what Hannity is quoted as saying above by LD20er. Don’t underestimate what people like McCain, Kyl, Shadegg and Flake can do to destroy the Republican Party.

  10. BenF says:

    It was a great victory. Now let us focus on making sure our representatives and governor understand the message. Lower taxes, cut the size of government, eliminate bureaucratic regulations, lop off 25% of the administrators in all agencies, seriously address the uncontrolled waste and fraud.

    We are going over a cliff! The state deficit is nearly double what we are being told and they are conducting business as usual with stupid things like the Secretary of State somehow thinks it is OK to hire a personal media hack from the Republic to sell his image. Enough!!! Enough!!!

  11. papatodd says:

    Maybe we can get Obama to come to Arizona and stump for GAbby, too.

  12. Jason says:

    Right on, Papa! And McCain!!

  13. Clark says:

    The only part of the outstanding Brown victory that made me catch my breath, was his nod to McCain. Scott Brown is a good man and excellent campaigner, but he is out to lunch on McCain. Apparently he’s been sufficiently insulated in the lefty hinterlands of Massachusetts to the point that McCain seems resonable to him. Big mistake.

  14. AZ Truth Squad says:

    haha Clark. Or maybe you just can’t see the forest for the trees. Let me spin you a little tale… There was once a man who brought a new figure into the national spotlight, and then did it again, and everyone loved those two new national figures, but not the creator of those two figures.

    You probably know where I’m going with this, Clark. The two figures are Governor Palin and Senator-elect Brown, but the one that brought them into the warm glow of the spotlight just gets impugned, and really, just because they lack knowledge. The person that brought Palin and Brown into the national spotlight is Senator John McCain. Wrap your brain around that one.

  15. Kathy says:

    Obama 3 for 3: Virginia, Jew Jersey & Mass!! Keep going Obama, please come to AZ & stump for McCain.

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  17. Doc says:

    Kathy & ALL-Well, I WAS a huge supporter of Sarah Palin. Then I got this offa’

    Somebody needs to clue Former Governor Palin in to the fact that R.I.N.O.’s are on the same $#!+ list as dem0-socialists. Maybe she’ll see the light…

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